Pay increase budgets have been tight for the last few years, but as we begin to emerge from the recession and top performers seek to realize their worth, the issue of pay for performance is on the minds of many organizational leaders and HR practitioners. While many organizations say they “pay for performance,” most do not fully understand the connection between the two and how it impacts employees. In this webinar, compensation expert Mark Szypko will discuss Kenexa's recent research covering the link between pay and performance.
This session will cover:
- What pay for performance means to employees.
- The relationship of pay for performance to employee engagement and intent to leave the organization.
- Pay for performance and employee engagement.
- How to strengthen the link between pay and performance.
Who should attend:
HR professionals who need to understand the link between pay and performance, employees’ perception of this connection and what they as HR professionals can do to promote the link between pay and performance within their organizations.
Mark Szypko - Managing Director, Compensation - Kenexa, an IBM Company
Mark Szypko has more than 30 years of experience as a compensation practitioner, including roles in compensation, benefits and HR systems leadership. He has extensive experience in the design, development, implementation and ongoing administration of compensation systems and programs including base pay, variable compensation, sales and executive compensation. In his role at Kenexa Szypko works closely with customers and other compensation professionals to understand the challenges they face in today’s market and tours the country speaking on compensation and HR-related topics. He is a recipient of WorldatWork’s Lifetime Achievement Award and an active member of the WorldatWork faculty.